By Doug Gray, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO – This weekend the usually quiet and somewhat faded glory of the Rio Jockey Club in Gávea will spark into life and recall the bygone days of high-society horse racing with the running of the Grande Prêmio do Brazil – the biggest prize in South American horse racing.
The perfect opportunity to polish your cuff links and brogues, this year’s race on Sunday, August 1st, promises to be extra special after recent changes at the epicenter of . . .